High School Red Track

Independent Study

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Announcements

Red Track High School Kick-Off Event, August 7th

August 2nd, 2019|Comments Off on Red Track High School Kick-Off Event, August 7th

Santa Rosa Academy will be hosting the Second Annual Red Track High School Kick-Off Event on Wednesday, August 7th from 9:00 am - 12:3o pm.  All 9th-12th grade students AND parents/guardians need to attend this [...]

  • Freshman Bridge August 7th

Freshman Bridge Wednesday, August 7th

July 31st, 2019|Comments Off on Freshman Bridge Wednesday, August 7th

All incoming Freshman students are invited to attend the upcoming Freshman Bridge on Wednesday, August 7th from 8-9am. We look forward to seeing you then!

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Art History
Glencoe: Art in Focus, 2006

English
Collections

Life Science
See assignment sheet

Spanish
¡Avancemos!

US History
US History Textbook

World History
World History Textbook

Government
Government Textbook

Economics

Economics Textbook

Health
Glencoe: Health

Biology – Flex
Biology Textbook

“The mind is not a vessel to be filled, but a fire to be kindled.”
~Plutarch

High School Red Track is a 9th-12th-grade Independent Study/Homeschool Track. Students are assigned an Educational Advisor who provides them with assigned work, meets with them weekly to go over completed work and projects, as well as assess/evaluate what their students have accomplished.

The Educational Advisor also guides students towards a better understanding of conceptual content and operational elements in the curriculum. Red Track students meet with their Advisor a minimum of once per week for individual support. All Red Track students are provided a Chromebook computer free of cost.
In addition, High School Red Track student’s program of study includes A-G UC/CSU and dual enrollment college courses. Students also have the opportunity to be assigned to on-site Blue Track classes such as Algebra, Geometry, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Computer Technology, CTE courses, and other pathway electives.
All 9th-12th-grade students have the opportunity to participate in our High School athletic program. Which provides an additional opportunity for social interaction and Character building.